When I cosplay I like to dress up as random buildings myself. Once I dressed up as a cornfield.
The costume was itchy.
Please Vote For My Webcomic in order to see the slightly scandalous incentive art I’ve been putting up lately. I decided to try this after noticing a friend of mine having good success with it.
So for the foreseeable future I’ll be continually adding new incentive art, sketches, etc. for you to see in exchange for your vote. It’s easy, just takes a second and helps me out. Thanks.
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Max Brooks discusses World War Z, the movie and it’s not filling me with confidence and hope. If you haven’t read World War Z you really should. Not because you need to be informed about the movie, not because you need to know about zombies, but because it’s just a very entertaining read. It’s a good book and it’s interesting.
When Max Brooks discusses World War Z in this interview I almost get the feeling he knew that there was never any way that his book would be faithfully filmed. And how could it have been. World War Z is basically a series of short stories told after the fact and linked together by an interviewer’s narrative. How can you film that.
Max Brooks discusses World War Z. Max Brooks, zombie expert and author of the bestseller, World War Z, talks about the adaptation of the novel into the movie of the same name starring Brad Pitt with Mansfield University Public Relations Director Dennis Miller. Brooks was at Mansfield University for a speaking engagement on October 22, 2012.
I’m sad now. When Max Brooks discusses World War Z you start to realize how soulless Hollywood is. It doesn’t feel like they give a crap about making good stories. It’s pretty much, “how can we make money and artistic integrity be damned.” Of course the cynic in me thinks Max Brooks new this and sold the rights to World War Z in the full knowledge that his novel would never see life as a movie. He was just selling the name for a fat paycheck.
Knowing that, how do you feel about that? I’ll be honest that strikes me as being just as mercenary and soulless as the Hollywood execs.
Of course if a couple suits walked in and wrote me a massive check so they could take my novel and have there sweaty way would it I would probably do it too. Hint hint, Come on Hollywood! Come give me a check.
Before you call try to murder me or set my house on fire know that I am not anti-furry. Of course neither do I want to dress up like an anthropomorphic animal either. Good hell, that’s too much effort to put all that stuff on and quite frankly you people are lucky I bother even wearing pants when I go out in public. ….. REALLY lucky.
So while I don’t engage in any aspect of the furry lifestyle I will admit to always being highly amused when I go to conventions and furries are everywhere. I like to think of them as just another part of the con going experience. And I’m pretty happy about that.
The first convention I ever went to was “Conduit” where the comic was sort of adopted by the local furry community. I was even hugged by several furries. I choose to believe that under all that fur and large costumed head was a beautiful woman.
This is what I choose to believe and I’m sticking to that belief.
….Also according to Urban Dictionary “Furry Sympathizer” is an actual term. Who knew?
An idyllic remote Irish island is invaded by enormous bloodsucking tentacled creatures from the sea. With islanders turning up decapitated and drained of blood, the inhabitants learn that the creatures—called Grabbers—are allergic to alcohol, making intoxicated people toxic to eat. Overrun and under attack, the hopeless locals realize that in order to stay alive through a storm that’s keeping everyone trapped on the island, they’re going to have to band together at the pub and do their best to survive the night
They had me the second I saw drinking and tentacles. What does that say about me? I try not to think about that too much. I came across this trailer which screams Lovecraftian terror mixed in with drunken humor. That’s pretty much all I need to know to throw my money at it. Nice special effects as well. I can’t wait to see Grabbers.
Grabbers is directed by Jon Wright and stars Richard Coyle, Ruth Bradley, and Russell Tovey. Grabbers will becoming out to select theaters soon and on video on demand around July 19th.
Doctor Who Undead and loving it. Come on, being a Time Lord has got to be a very dangerous job with death lurking around the corner in various amusing ways. It’s a wonder that The Doctor hasn’t die a horrible death a thousand times over.
And what fate awaits him after taking a final dirt nap. Doctor Who Undead! Actually that sounds like a really cool Doctor Who Spinoff series.
Follow Doctor Who undead as he travels through time and space converting everyone into flesh hungry zombies. You could make the Daleks and Cybermen benevolent zombie hunters just for the hell of it.
This idea is genius I tells ya. Doctor Who Undead next on the BBC.
I can’t wait for my next convention now when a rabid Doctor Who fan will confront me over such sacrilidge. Sure they’ll be irate, I’ll be defensive and angry, but eventually we’ll find some common ground and part as lifelong friends….. Or I’ll end up stuffed in the trunk of an abandoned car and left out in the vast Utah wasteland desert to die for my crimes.
I can’t wait to see which one will happen.
Also the reason I’ve got a Doctor Who Undead sketch up today rather than the usual comic is I’ been buried under freelance work again. I really look forward to the day I can do this full time.
I woke up with a scratchy feeling in the back of my throat. This quickly evolved into a situation where I was cursing the very gods that created me and possibly changing my shorts…. possibly.
Is that sharing too much? Pfft I don’t care getting sick is the worst thing in the world. Agonizing pain and horrible fluids leaking out of every hole in your body. There is simply no dignity.
Getting sick is when you realize that the human body is nothing more than a horrifying repository of vile fluid and evil smells and it’s all covered with gross hair. The human body is disgusting.
I HATE GETTING SICK! Papa NURGLE, why have you betrayed me!!!
I look forward to the future when I can become a cyborg. I’ll simply replace the flesh, which is weak… with steal, which is strong. And life will be much much better after that.
Now I’m going to go back to sleep after cramming decongestants into my facehole.
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